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Healing Foods

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Cherries: Liver, Bowel & Bladder Support

Cherries are an amazing way to revitalize the liver; they’re the ultimate liver tonic, cleanser, and rejuvenator. Cherries promote healthy hemoglobin and are also a helpful food for cancer prevention. Cherries sharpen the mind by purifying the bowels—they’re better at alleviating constipation than prunes! They cleanse the bladder, too, and help alleviate spastic bladders and bladder prolapse. Plus, ...

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Wild Blueberry-Hibiscus Iced Tea

This drink not only has a heavenly flavor; it’s also beautiful with deep color. It will offer you and your body true refreshment. The unique anthocyanin compound that gives hibiscus its red coloring helps rejuvenate the liver, bringing it back to life by cleaning mucus off cell membrane walls and improving the liver’s ability to perform its responsibilities. This herb is also a gallbladder rejuvena...

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Broccoli with Garlic Sauce

Tender broccoli florets coated in flavorful garlic sauce and finished with a sprinkle of nutty sesame seeds. This recipe is low in fat, and free of gluten, cornstarch, canola oil, and soy, all of which can commonly be found in garlic sauces. Enjoy this recipe as a side to any meal or serve it alone as a snack. The “trunks” of broccoli are rich in sulfur compounds that act as harmful gas to unfriend...

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Spring Salad

Packed full of greens and vegetables, this Spring Salad is fresh and bright with plenty of satisfying crunch and texture. The dressing lends its creaminess from zucchini, with just a hint of tahini (sesame seed butter) for extra creaminess and flavor. Peas contain easily assimilable healing phytochemical compounds and carbohydrates plus an abundance of chlorophyll that absorbs easily into the intes...

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Spinach Soup

One of the amazing things about incorporating more fruits and vegetables into our diet is the way that our taste buds change, and we begin to crave more and more of these fresh ingredients over time. When you find yourself yearning for leafy greens and the benefits they provide, this easy-to-make, richly flavored soup is a great way to incorporate them into your day in an easily digestible form. Wit...

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Cauliflower: Endocrine Support

Cauliflower contains the trace mineral boron, which helps the endocrine system. And yet cauliflower gets more attention for the so-called goitrogens it contains. Cauliflower does the very opposite of what the hype says—it helps the thyroid and the rest of the endocrine system (including the hypothalamus and adrenal glands) to stave off the pathogens like Epstein-Barr virus that are truly behind issu...

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Herbed Sweet Potato Bake

This vibrant bake lets the natural sweetness and flavor of sweet potatoes shine. It can be enjoyed alone for any meal of the day or served alongside a salad or steamed or sautéed vegetables of your choice. It makes enough for multiple meals or to share with your loved ones. Sweet potatoes offer important glucose and glycogen storage for the liver. All sweet potatoes and yams are beneficial, even wh...

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Broccoli: Nutrient All-Rounder

Broccoli is an all-purpose multivitamin for the body, plus it contains bioavailable trace minerals and other nutrients that enhance all body systems, including the entire immune system. Nature made broccoli in this way, with a balance that can’t be matched, to offer a little something for every organ, gland, bone, nerve, and more in the body. Cruciferous vegetables, including broccoli, but also cab...

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Sweet Potato Toast w Garlic Mushrooms

These sweet potato toasts make an easy and delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack. Serve them with a big salad to make a heartier meal or enjoy them alone for a light meal or snack. While the ingredients are simple, the combination of sweet and savory, herby and garlic, makes this meal flavorful. Abundant in vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients, orange-fleshed sweet potatoes are especially...

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Chopped Kale Salad

If you’re used to eating kale salads with lots of avocado, oil, or dressings, you may be surprised at just how delicious this fat-free recipe is—it doesn’t compromise on flavor, especially with the optional addition of garlic, chili pepper, and dates. If you normally avoid raw kale altogether because it seems fibrous, this is a fantastic recipe for you to try. Breaking up and mixing the ingredients ...

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Grapes: Kidney & Liver Support

Grapes are a first-rate fruit that promote wellness of the highest level. Grapes have a tartness, which is a key medicinal quality. That sourness indicates the presence of phytochemicals critical to kidney function. If you’ve ever heard that you have elevated creatinine levels, this means your kidneys have become compromised in their ability to remove and excrete waste products from the bloodstream....

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Roasted Red Pepper & Tomato Soup

This vibrant soup is as rich in flavor as it is in color, and it’s very straightforward to make. Throw everything in to roast and then simply blend it into this inviting soup. This is a great recipe to make fresh or in advance for leftovers—it tastes fantastic either way! Tomatoes: Harness critical micronutrients, phytochemicals, vitamins, and minerals to support many functions of the liver. Lycope...

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Mango: Stress & Sleep Aid

Mango is a miracle sleep aid. When you eat mango before bed, phytochemicals from the fruit, along with amino acids such as glycine, glutamine, and cysteine combined with fructose and glucose, travel to the brain and quickly restore depleted neurotransmitters. This allows most insomniacs a chance to finally get some true rest during the night. Mangoes are also beneficial for a whole slew of other asp...

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Leafy Greens: Liver Purifier

Leafy greens such as lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, mâche, and watercress deserve are key to help restore your health. Leafy greens help with intestinal disorders. They help create a more alkaline stomach composition by raising beneficial hydrochloric acid levels, which in turn kills off the unproductive bacteria that create the bad acids responsible for GERD and other forms of acid reflux. They he...

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Aloe Vera: Gut Healer

Aloe vera is famous for its soothing properties when applied on the outside of the body to burns, cuts, scrapes, bruises, bug bites, and most especially sunburn. Taken internally, though, fresh aloe has a much broader spectrum of potency. If you’re drawn to enemas and colonics, make aloe vera a part of your life—consuming it offers a colon cleanse all on its own. Aloe is wonderful for relieving cons...

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Pomegranate: Stone & Cyst Dissolver

Pomegranates help to dissolve gallstones and kidney stones, nodules, calcifications, and small cysts such as ganglia cysts. They also have anti-tumor properties. When you consume fresh pomegranate, a chemical reaction occurs whenever the fruit’s acids (which are filled with phytochemicals such as anthocyanins) come into contact with the types of unhealthy hardenings formed from bile, protein buildu...

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Apples: Colon Cleanser

Apple’s anti-inflammatory properties make it a top pick when you’re faced with practically any illness. Encephalitis (brain inflammation), IBS (intestinal inflammation), and viral infection (which can result in nerve inflammation) are just a few conditions in which apples can play the critical nutritional role of calming your system by helping reduce viral and bacterial loads that create inflammatio...

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Cabbage: Healing Food

Red cabbage and green cabbage are both fantastic cruciferous vegetables. They have some similar properties while also having their own unique benefits. Red Cabbage: The coloring agents that give this crucifer its red-purple hue are at the top of the heap when it comes to disease-fighting pigments. The sulfur in the cabbage carries the phytochemicals from these pigments into the liver with great ea...

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Onions: Antibacterial Weapon

Leeks, chives, ramps, scallions, red onions, yellow onions, white onions, shallots, and any other type of allium you enjoy are nature’s antibiotics. Onions are one of the most accomplished foods on the planet for keeping down bacterial overgrowth in the body, making them a star for anyone who deals with SIBO. This quality also enhances the body’s production of B12. The sulfur in onions is part of w...

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Melons: Cleansing Food

Melons hold properties that can be critical to move someone forward in the healing process. Melons are predigested—meaning that melon flesh is so assimilable that our digestive systems barely need to process it when it enters the body. The fructose in melon leaves the stomach in less than one minute, then the rest of the fruit drops directly into the intestinal tract, immediately fortifying and repl...

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Figs: Brain & Gut Food

If you’re seeking answers for brain and gut health, look no further than the fig. It’s the ultimate tool for balancing these two intertwined aspects of well-being. Figs have unique phytochemicals that are bonded to minerals such as bioavailable potassium and sodium that specifically nourish and build neurotransmitters while also supporting neurons and synapses in the brain. It’s a powerful fruit for...

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Wild Blueberries: Resurrection Food

Wild blueberries are the most powerful food on the planet. Wild blueberry plants can be burned to the ground, and they will come back stronger than ever. They have adapted to every fluctuation in climate over the millennia. No other food on the planet has the ability to thrive in such trying conditions. This makes them the number-one adaptogen, period—even though they’re not recognized as an adaptog...

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Apricots: Rejuvenation Fruit

The apricot is an amazing food for rejuvenation. It’s high in amino acids such as cysteine and glutamine, as well as minerals such as selenium and magnesium in their most bioactive forms. The fruit is also loaded with more than 40 trace minerals, some of which are bonded to each other as cofactor trace minerals, creating bioactive natural alloys that science has yet to uncover. Apricots have phytoch...

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Sprouts & Microgreens: Revitalizing Foods

Sprouts and microgreens are packed with nutrients like vitamin A, B vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, disease-reversing compounds, and other phytochemicals. The most important role that sprouts and microgreens play is to bring back vitality to people who are always exhausting themselves for others. Sprouts and microgreens help renew an exhausted reproductive system and revitalize a new mom who h...

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Radishes: Healing Food

The root of the radish: This is the part we think of as the radish itself. Radishes are an immune-system replenisher. The sulfur in radishes helps repel pathogens and acts as a wormicide to help kill off intestinal worms and other parasites. The organosulfides in radishes help keep arteries and veins clean, creating a protective barrier in blood vessels so plaque doesn’t adhere to their linings. ...

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Lemons and Limes: Liver Flushers

The roots of lemon and lime trees go deep into the earth, extracting dozens of precious trace minerals that get passed onto you when you consume the fruits. Lemons and limes are ultra-hydrating and electrolyte-producing, because they are a top source of mineral salts and trace mineral salts. These citrus siblings have some of the most highly absorbable vitamin C around. Fresh-squeezed lemon or lime...

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Oranges & Tangerines: Calcium-Rich Foods

Oranges (and their cousins, tangerines) are full of the coenzyme glutathione, which goes into activation because of their high content of flavonoids and limonoids. This is a relationship medical research has not yet tapped into, and one that makes oranges and tangerines a key to helping the 21st-century epidemic of chronic illness. Together, glutathione, flavonoids, and limonoids help fight off pat...

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Papaya: Gut Healer

If you’re struggling with any kind of stomach or intestinal disorder, papayas cannot be beat. They can help with colitis, Crohn’s, IBS, ulcers, diverticulitis, gastritis, gastric spasms, liver disease, and pancreatitis. They also kill off H. pylori, C. difficile, and E. coli, plus rid the gut of other unfriendly bacteria and parasites, including worms. Papaya is an ideal food if you’re dealing with ...

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Berries: Brain Food

Berries are rich in antioxidants, the miracle fighters of free radicals. We need these antioxidants to fight the aging (oxidation) process, and to stay alive in the face of constant threats to our health. Berries broadcast their health value with their deep purples, blues, and blacks, which come from the polyphenols known as anthocyanins (including malvidin) and anthocyanidins. They’re also rich i...

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Licorice Root: Critical Pathogen Fighter

Licorice root is the ultimate anti-bug weapon against the pathogen explosion. Herpetic bugs (including Epstein-Barr, HHV-6, cytomegalovirus, and shingles) are so often behind mystery illnesses such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, Lyme disease, Ménière’s disease, and adrenal fatigue, as well as symptoms such as vertigo, dizziness, body aches and pains, and nerve pains i...

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Cat's Claw: Life-Changing Herb

Cat’s claw is one of the most powerful resources for helping to reverse the epidemic of chronic and mystery illness in the 21st century. Cat’s claw can aid in alleviating almost any symptom, from neurological to digestive. Cat’s claw helps eliminate the parasite Babesia and bacteria such as Bartonella and other bugs without the so-called Herxheimer die-off reaction so common with antibiotics, becau...

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Ginger: Healing Food

Ginger is the ultimate antispasmodic and helps us be less reactive. Ginger’s antispasmodic properties come from its more than 60 trace minerals, well over 30 amino acids (many of them undiscovered), and more than 500 enzymes and coenzymes all working together to calm reactivity. Ginger is an amazing relaxant for the throat area and also helps relieve tension headaches and flush excess lactic ...

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Garlic: Life-Changing Food

Garlic is antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal (including anti-mold), anti-parasitic, and rich in the phytochemical allicin, a sulfur compound that prevents disease. Garlic kills off pathogens such as viruses and unproductive bacteria, which are behind so many mystery and chronic illnesses and symptoms. Garlic helps fight colds, flus, strep throat, pneumonia-causing bacteria, and viral-related can...

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Steamed Artichokes with Two Dipping Sauces

Artichokes are one of the most healing vegetables on this planet. When steamed, they retain most of their nutrients and make a delicious and healing snack or meal. In this recipe, you’ll find two tasty options to enjoy with your artichokes: Mustard Maple Dipping Sauce and Zucchini Herb Dipping Sauce. This recipe comes from the Revised and Expanded Edition of Medical Medium. Artichokes contain...

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Bananas: Digestive Aid

Bananas contain bioavailable protein, beneficial omegas, fiber, water, antioxidants, and healing phytochemicals such as potassium. High-potassium foods such as bananas are extremely helpful for many digestive system conditions. Potassium is helpful for nerve function in the digestive tract. Bananas are also anti-pathogenic, and they’re an incredible prebiotic as well— meaning, for one, that at the ...

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Raspberry Leaf - Life-Changing Herb

Raspberry leaf is the ideal reproductive system reorganizer and protector. It’s also an overall hormonal balancer and supports the entire endocrine system in hormone output. Raspberry leaf brewed as tea is one of the most profound tonics to address infertility and prepare a woman’s body for pregnancy. It is useful to help prevent miscarriages, and it is a secret tool to address exhausti...

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Lemon Balm: A Life-Changing Herb

Lemon balm, also known as Melissa officinalis, is an essential herb for calming the nerves—in particular, those involved with digestion. Nerves play a role in much of the digestive distress we experience in this day and age. If someone’s stomach or intestines are irritated for no identifiable reason, it’s usually due to sensitive nerves. Lemon balm has soothing properties that mak...

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Cilantro - Life Changing Food

Cilantro, also called coriander and Chinese parsley, is the go-to herb for heavy metal detoxification. The brain draws up precious mineral salt compounds from cilantro with a surprise package attached: phytochemicals that deliberately remove toxic heavy metals from the brain, freeing up neurons from toxic heavy metal oxidized residue, so that they can function at their best. Cilantro is also very v...

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Ways To Consume Raw Garlic

Garlic is an incredible healing food. It kills off the viruses and bacteria that are behind countless chronic illnesses, symptoms, and conditions and helps flush toxic viral and bacterial waste out of the lymphatic system.  Garlic also strengthens the immune system. Phytochemical compounds from garlic seep through the walls of the intestinal tract into blood vessels that lead up through the he...

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Potato: Healing Benefits

Potatoes are an incredible healing food for any chronic illness, symptom, or condition, but sadly, potatoes get a bad and unfair rap. Truth is, the toxic oil that potatoes are fried in, the cheese sauce ladled on top, and the butter, milk, and cream mashed in are what have the world convinced that potatoes are bad for us. Potatoes don’t cause health issues; the other ingredients served with th...

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